brucexs | 1 Nov 12:27 2011
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Re: Scheduled not hidden

If you are not running the command in a cmd file, try that.

If you are running the command in a separate "desktop" (I cannot remember exact optino) , that may prevent
PowerPro from hiding it.

--- In power-pro@..., "diamantsus" <diamantsus <at> ...> wrote:
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> When i use scheduled to launch a dos program it show the black window also if i setted hidden to "show at start"
>

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diamantsus | 1 Nov 23:20 2011
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Re: Scheduled not hidden

I have solved with do() in script file

--- In power-pro@..., "brucexs" <brucexs <at> ...> wrote:
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> If you are not running the command in a cmd file, try that.
> 
> If you are running the command in a separate "desktop" (I cannot remember exact optino) , that may prevent
PowerPro from hiding it.
> 
> 
> 
> --- In power-pro@..., "diamantsus" <diamantsus <at> > wrote:
> >
> > When i use scheduled to launch a dos program it show the black window also if i setted hidden to "show at start"
> >
>

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diamantsus | 1 Nov 23:22 2011
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Left click work as right in item of submenu

If i set a event on right click on item in submenu when i click it every start event in left click. Why?

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Sheri | 2 Nov 01:23 2011
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Re: Left click work as right in item of submenu

--- In power-pro@..., "diamantsus" <diamantsus <at> ...> wrote:
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> If i set a event on right click on item in submenu when i click it every start event in left click. Why?
>

Not sure what you meant, but you do have to enable right click actions for menus. Click Setup out to right on
the Configure listing for the command list. On the All Menus tab enable the option "Right selects its own
command on menus"

Middle click is not available for menus.

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Sandro Perotti | 2 Nov 04:48 2011
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Re: Re: PowerPro and Win7

Thank you, Sheri, I had Process Tammer killing it every time (manually, 
by clicking a tray-bar icon), but Bruce helped me with a solution "from 
within" and it's working fine, automatically.

On 2011-10-21 4:54 PM, Sheri wrote:
> --- In power-pro@..., Sandro Perotti<spjota <at> ...>  wrote:
>> Hi Bruce,
>>
>> I have a problem with PP since I upgraded to Win7. Whenever
>> pproconf.exe runs, it keeps running and running, some times
>> one, two, three and four times. Every time it uses 25% so
>> when I am not alert and let it run four times my computer
>> literally stops. I have to reboot. I have solved the problem
>> by running Process Tamer and have it killing pproconf.exe
>> every time it starts, but since I obviously need it, I have
>> to enable and disable Process Tamer every time I do any
>> changes in PP. It's a solution but also a nuisance. Is there
>> a way to avoid this? If there is, please guide me to a
>> solution.
>>
>> Thank you. Best regards,
>>
>> Sandro
>>
> I'm wondering if there is something in your pcf file causing ppconf to hang when you close it. Does it happen
even with a minimal pcf loaded?
>
> For killing the process, would it help if you could click a powerpro button or run a hotkey to kill open
ppconf processes?
>
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Avinash Hirekerur | 2 Nov 13:10 2011
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PPro, Win7 & *keys observations

I use powerpro heavily for keyboard macros. I will share few
observations/experiences with Win7.
Please confirm as well as it would be great if someone can explain
technical reasons behind these.

   1. Lot of Win key shortcuts are used by windows itself hence don't work
   with power-pro. Has anyone disabled inbuilt windows shortcuts to let
   power-pro handle these? How to do that?
   2. On win7 64 bit, many programs are run in separate space as per 32-bit
   or 64-bit. Power-pro *keys behavior here is unpredictable? Or there is any
   clear guideline when/where it will (not) work?
   3. "; then key" is also my favorite. Again does not seem to work on
   Win7. Any tips? My most usage of this is in Firefox browser. For some
   websites this works for some it doesn't.
   4. Any clear guideline on why/when Power-pro should be run as admin in
   win7? (I know this has been discussed earlier - please guide me to correct
   post)

Thanks in advance.
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Sheri | 2 Nov 16:32 2011
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Re: Re: PowerPro and Win7

On 11/1/2011 11:48 PM, Sandro Perotti wrote:
> Thank you, Sheri, I had Process Tammer killing it every time (manually,
> by clicking a tray-bar icon), but Bruce helped me with a solution "from
> within" and it's working fine, automatically.

Great, I'm glad that worked out.

Yahoo must have had an issue; I sent the message you just replied to 
back when you first posted on the issue.

Regards,
Sheri

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brucexs | 2 Nov 18:11 2011
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Re: PPro, Win7 & *keys observations

As per help, "fast" send keys does not work, so make sure you are not using it either directly or by checking
"use fast send keys" on configure>setup>advanced>other (it should be unchecked in win7).  This is due to
enhanced security on win7 breaking the method fast send keys uses (journal hooks, if memory serves).

AFAIK, separate programs are always run in separate address spaces, regardless of whether 32 or 64 bit.  But
there are other differences that I am aware of (e.g. no 32 bit dlls for 64 bit programs, different base spots
in registries), and probably many that I do not know, but no direct impact on keys as far as I know.  

It is not clear from your description whether it is ;+ or the associated command (keys?) that is not working. 
Try experimenting -- eg same command, but different hot key, or ;+ but just showing a message.

I have rarely seen cases where Firefox breaks ppro hot keys.  Possibly running a command exec.rehook or just
restarting powerpro might fix.

I think PPro should always be run in admin mode.  See of this fixes issues with keys.  Note that you must use
latest version from download page.

Don't know how to work around win issue.

--- In power-pro@..., Avinash Hirekerur
<Avinash.Hirekerur <at> ...> wrote:
>
> I use powerpro heavily for keyboard macros. I will share few
> observations/experiences with Win7.
> Please confirm as well as it would be great if someone can explain
> technical reasons behind these.
> 
> 
>    1. Lot of Win key shortcuts are used by windows itself hence don't work
>    with power-pro. Has anyone disabled inbuilt windows shortcuts to let
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brother.gabriel | 2 Nov 23:41 2011

COM error crash

Salvete! I am using com to update some bulk-email lists on our email server.  PP opens an IE interface, logs
into the server, copies the lists from some text files on my machine and pastes them into edit areas on the
webmail admin site.  It does fine for awhile, but at one point I am combining the contents of two text files
into one text string, and that string makes the COM crash PP.  

Any clues?

powerpro.exe - Application Error
OK
Cancel
The instruction at "0x7c911909" referenced memory at "0x000afcdc". The memory could not be "read".

Click on OK to terminate the program
Click on CANCEL to debug the program

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brother.gabriel | 2 Nov 23:49 2011

Another COM error

Salvete!  Okay, here is another one, this time, a little more interesting.

Now, I added some messageboxes to the script that was crashing before, and the extra time I spent in clicking
them seemed to allow everything to work out, but then, when I ran the script again, I get this error.  Now, the
handle wasn't invalid the first time I ran the script, as I am creating the IE process.  How can it be invalid now?

PowerPro
OK
Cancel
ERRORS: com.create_object: Alan is an idiot and made a programing error  (sys code 80070006: "The handle is invalid.")
file: \CComActions.cpp line: 467

Error occurred near line 143 of script sspxusa <at> ComLoad:
	static appRef = com.create_object(objname)

Called from line 78 of script sspxusa <at> UpdateSSPXMailList

Press Cancel to end all running scripts.

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I run this  <at> ComLoad function before I script IE,  and when finished, I release the com.

Function ComLoad() ;;MAKE SURE TO CALL . <at> ComUnload  WHEN EXITING FUNCTION CALLS!
	. <at> varlist()
	static objname="InternetExplorer.Application"
	static com_status, com_type
	static appRef = com.create_object(objname)
	static ie_handle = appRef.HWND	;;yes, this is the same handle as pp gives
	appRef.visible = 1
	wait.for(2000)	;;wait long enough to know it has started
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